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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1936, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLUI FIVE CENTS A ASSOCIATED PRISE LEASED WlKH MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 46 BUSINESS FALLS IN AntiNew Dealers Early Reconciled to Defeat By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON I have had occa sion to remark heretofore it is amazing how speedily Amer i c a n business reconciled itself to the last na tional election result It is not merely glumly acquiescent in seems gratified Almost hilari ous Yet it ap peared to be fighting the new deals continuation in power to the very last minute It might be argued that big business did the preelection fighting that little business was pronew deal all the time that big business hopelessly licked has subsided into silence because there is nothing better for it to do and that little business is doing all the postelection shouting But that is not the case Big Business Rejoices It is big business which is as vociferous in its rejoicing now as it was pessimistic in its outcries before election day One way or the other it is more vocal than little business for it has high powered spokesmen they are do ing todays enthusiastic yelling just as they did the opposite kind of yelling up to about midnight Nov 3 when they realized that their side had been swamped at the polls The rapidity of their flop was what was so astonishing Werethey as scared as they pretended to be before election Or are they less reassured than they pretend to be by the election result Favor CoOperation Certainly no one would have contended that the U S Chamber of Commerce was otherwise than a very conservative organization before election day For years it has been so considered Yet now its president Harper Sibley is one of the countrys foremost expon ents of business cooperation with new deal necessar rily ad lib but pretty much so However the U S Chamber was nothing for toryism in com parisonwith the National associa tion of Manufacturers decade past whenever as a newspaperman I wanted to get the reactionary viewpoint con cernin governmental issues I have consulted the headquarters of the Manufacturers7 association in Washington Preaches New Deal Ard today we have the associa tions president C M Chester preaching new dealerism Sibley and Chester are not the only ones either From talks I have had with U S Chamber and NationalManu facturers members I draw the conclusion that both of these bod ies have had liberal elements in therft for a long time The liberals apparently have been squelched for years but in creasing in strength gradually I have consulted a considerable number of members of both or ganizations on this subject and the conclusion I draw is that new blood slowly is infusing both of them New Guard Gains They are like politicians the old guard is disintegrating a new is succeeding it but so gradually that it has been almost imperceptible But somewhere there had to DC a turning point Was it marked by the last elec tion If so four more years may see two very different U S Chamber of Commerce and National Manu facturers associations The old folk are dying off What the rising generation will be like heaven knows We of the present generation be dead soon anyway Whad da we care AUTO KILLS BOY ON SLED HERE Congressional Chiefs Prepare Heavy Program SIX PROPOSALS TOP LIST THAT WILL BE URGED Farm Tenancy Bill Crop Insurance Plan Will Be Studied By JOHN FISHER WASHINGTON With the opening of the seventyfifth con gress only six weeks away a score of congressional leaders Saturday were hammering together ths i framework of a heavy legislative program Although President Roosevelt has given little indication of the measures he will suggest it ap peared certain that congress would consider at least six major pro posals 1 A farm tenancy bill provid ing federal aid to convert tenants into owners Such legislation has been urged by the president and Chairman Jones of the housa agriculture committee who said its passage was 2 Minor revisions of the tax on undistributed corporation earn ings promised by Chairman Har rison of the senate fi nance committee to relieve any inequities revealed by the first collections Crop Insurance Plan 3 A crop insurance plan in cubating in the agriculture de partment and the agriculture com mittees of both houses 4 A new neutrality act to re place the present law expiring May 1 Chairman Pittman D of the senate foreign rela tions committee has predicted few dianees although The Weather FORECAST IOWA Fair and colder Satur day night and Sunday MINNESOTA Fair Saturday night and Sunday much colder Saturday nurht moderate cold in northeast portion not so cold in northwest portion Sunday afteriioon IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hourperiod ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maxamum Friday 39 Minimum In Night 33 At 8 A M Saturday 34 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO weather outlook for the period of Nov 30 to Dec 5 Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Little precipita tion indicated except frequent pe riods of in nbrtheast portion frequent temperature changes averaging near normal havo urged a far reaching expan sion of the nations peace pro gram 5 A relief bill which probably will be offered by the president late in the 6 Modification of the Tennes see valley act as suggested by Mr Roosevelt to put stronger empha sis on land use and conservation activities New Floor Leader The task of carrying the admin istrations program through the house dominated by an unwieldy democratic majority will lie with a new floor leader to be chosen during the opening days of the session Three candidates already bat tling for the post are Chairman OConnor N of the rules committee Chairman Rayburn of the interstate com merce committee and Representa tive Rankin militant advocate of an enlarged federal power program Representative Belter has pro posed his fellow New Yorker Mead for the post and other can didacies are expected OConnor served as acting floor leader during the final weeks of the last session Bankhead Will Win Speaker Bankhead is expected to find little opposition to his reelection Most urgent job for the new congress will be to consider re enactment of many new deal laws scheduled to expire early in 1937 The treasury has announced it will seek a renewal of the presi dents power to regulate the gold content of the dollar as a protec tion against unexpected currency upsets abroad Other expiring legislation in cludes the reconstructon finance corporations lending power and activities of the public works ad ministration and the electric farm and home authority A toptobottom reorganization of the federal government intend ed to trim away the unnecessary bureaus and fit the emergency agencies into a permanent frame work is being drafted by three committees named by the sen ate house and President Roose velt Objectives of NBA A new attempt to reach some of the NRA objectives especially federal regulation of wages and working conditions has been pledged by several members of both houses A system of federal charters for corporations engaged in interstate commerce has been proposed by Senator OMahoney as the most feasible method of es tablishing minimum labor stand ards without amending the con His plan has been ap proved in principle by Chair man Wheeler of the senate interstate commerce com mittee Other measures which seemed headed for early consideration in Navy Scores Near Close to Defeat Cadets 7 to 0 Columbia Beats Stanford 70 on Fureys 79 Yard Run LOOK INSIDE FOR MRS MARY TAYLOR Gets Six Year Term for Killing Husband ON PAGE 2 Ionia Cartersville Corn Yield Highest ON PAGE 8 Improved Conditions Shown by Tax Lists ON c ool in otate ON PAGE 9 self Sen MUNICIPAL STADIUM PHIL ADELPHIA being on the defensive most of the game Navy rallied to parade 70 yards for a touchdown in the closing minutes of the game Saturday and beat the Army 7 to 0 before 000 spectators the biggest crowd in eastern football history STANFORD TEAM WEARS BASKETBALL SHOES NEW YORK ff Columbia beat Stanford 70 Saturday on Halfback George 79 yard run for a touchdown open ing kickoff Wearing basketball shoes on the frozen snow dusted gridiron Stanford kept pounding near the Columbia goal all day but failed to score Judge Tells Witness She Has Seen Too Many GMan Movies CHICAGO was a grip ping story of a nationwide narcot ics ring thatMiss Clara Williams who said she was from Sidney Iowa told Judge Jay A Schiller in womens court Saturday But Judge Schiller leaned back and 1 remarked s think youve been seeing too mang Gman Miss Williams who said she was a former university student was seized on suspicion Thanksgiving day She said she was ensnared in a narcotics ring with headquarters in New York For two weeks she said she had been miming nar cotics from Chicago to RUSSIA DOUBLES FLEET OF SUBS Admiral Tells Congress of Soviets of Wild Naval Race MOSCOW virtually has doubled her submarine fleet durin 1936 Admiral Ivan Orloff chief of the naval forces told the allunion congress of Soviets Sat urday Admiral Orloff announced the following percentage increases in naval equipment since Jan 1 1933 Submarines 715 per cent war ships 300 per cent coast artillery 75 per cent antiaircraft 100 per cent marine aviation 510 per cent The newest submarine figures showed rapid advances in under sea craft construction since Janu ary of this year when the percent age increase since 1933 was stated officially as 435 per cent Piffurcs Not Announced Tlia basic figures for Russian naval armament were not an nounced Urging construction of the largest fleet in the world Admiral Orloff warned there is a wild na val race In the face of allincreasing danger especially from Germany and Japan our party could not ne glect the he told the Rus sion congressional delegates We had to create a powerful defensive navy We have devoted special emphasis to submarines Must Strengthen Navy We must continue to strength en oar navy so our enemies will lose their desire to attack our The admiral asserted Germany now has 37 warships under con struction and it is expected the Berlin government soon will pos sess nine battleships five heavy and 1 light cruisers airplane carriers and hundreds of subma rines and torpedo boats The naval chiirf declared that in some countries the naval bud get exceeds that for all other arm ament This is especially true in Germany Japan and elude a housing bill based on the Wagner proposal submitted last sessi9n a plan to regulate the coal industry being drafted by Sena tor Guffey and a food and drug bill calling for more stringent regulation of the adver tising and sale of medicines food stuffs and cosmetics orderly conduct charge against her until December 8 pending a psy chiatric examination by Dr David B In the latters office she confided Ill bet the judge thinks Im Theft of Watches From Clear Lake Store Confessed Robert McDonald and Mike McFall both former convicts confessed to robbing the Patter son Jewelery store Clear Lake a n d four Minnesota clothing stores of loot totaling more than according to Melvin C superintendent of the state bureau of criminal appre hension of Minnesota Saturday The two former convicts are be ing held in St Paul They were arrested earlier in the week in Minneapolis where were recovered in a Minneapolis apart ment Say s Fall and Not Attack Was Cause of Crushed Skull CENTERVILLE sher iffs office said Saturday ma Brazzalle 43 year oldwife of a tavern keeper who was found on a bed at her home eirly Fri day wtih a crushed skulil stated she had fallen down the cellar stairs Mrs Brazzalle who was grave ly ill at a hospital Saturday re covered sufficiently to speak and remove a suspicion she had been attacked 22 SHOPPING DAYS UEFT BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS IT TO THE LAST FASCISTS AGAIN SEEK TO BREAK THROUGH LINES Attack on Madrid Follows Air Bombardment by Rebel Bomber MADRID insur gents renewed attempts to break through government lines in northwestern University City Sat urday after an air bombardment by one fascist bomber The latest sky attack started shortly after 10 p m Friday night and continued for almost an hour At least 10 bombs were loosed above socialist barracades Dipping and circling the intrep id pilot became the target of all antiaircraft guns in Madrid but he winged away unhit after dumping his deadly cargo Reverberations of the bombing echoed through the beleaguered capital sending Madrilenos scur rying to cellars for protection German German military strategy was held responsible for the insurgent plan of attack in the northwestern sector by Antonio Mije commun ist war commissar in the office of the emergency defense council I have no doubt Germans just across the Manzanares river are directing the fascist Mije charged The commissar made no effort to conceal the gravity of the situ ation in the opinion of the defense The idea of driving a wedge into our defenses in University City and leaving the rear guard to fail if such a plan meets deter mined he declared Fifty seven refugees most of them Americans left Valencia aboard the United States cruiser Raleigh after a delayed Thanks giving dinner at sea Have Roast Turkey In contrast to their cold lunch in the rain as they traveled from Madrid to Valencia they had roast turkey with all the trim mings as guests of United States embassy officials Some could not come to the ta ble however because of sea sick ness which developed during a trip in a Spanish tugboat from the pier to the Raleigh The Raleigh was expected to reach Barcelona Sunday take on approximately 20 more refugees and then sail for Marseille France United States naval vessels in Spanish waters were prepared to evacuate additional Americans re maining in Spain if requested Capt J Foy commander of the Raleigh said Captain Foy said the Raleigh would be laid up at Gibraltar for minor repairs but the destroyer Hatfield now at Gibraltar would be available for the evacuation Of Italian The two planes an Italian type circled the Raleigh as she was enroute to Valencia causing some concern aboard The cruisers guns were uncovered but dipped their wings in salute wavedfriendly gestures arid sped Asthe Spanish tugboat was taking Americans tothe Raleigh the German heavy cruiser Nurem berg came into view at the harbor for a while and then1 turned out toward Barcelona The English destroyer Grafton was anchored inside the break water In Madrid the embassy staff consisted of three persons Eric C Wendelin charge daffairs Col Stephen O Fuqua military attache and William Krieger of Chicago a clerk Birth of Baby Boy Adds to Excitement at British Embassy MADRID birth of a baby boy and threats of insurgent bombardments furnished excite ment for refugees in the British embassy Josefina Ruiz Torrubiano their cook gave birth to the baby Fri day night She herson Mariano Fernandez Alexander Duncani Tor rubiano Y The third and fourth commemorate the assistance ofmembersotihe Scot tish ambulance corps during the delivery Coasting Accident Victim Darrell Chapman 13 seated first on the pony was the first coasting victim this fall He was killed instantly when his sled went under the wheels of a large truck Friday night Seated with him on the pony is his brother Oris PICTURE Otf PAGE 2 Have You Read Your Newspaper 1 What is the title acquired by travelers crossing the equa tor by ship for thefirst time 2 To what coast city of Spain did Americans go who left be sieged Madrid on the closing of the U S embassy 3 What were the initials of the two Van Sweringen broth ers of railroad fame the second of whom died the past week What happened the past weelito Carl von Ossietzky German pacifist an event re ported distasteful to Dictator Hitler 5 Sir Basil Zaharoff became ons of the richest men in the world selling what commodities 6 Ten were killed and at least 65 injured in an elevated train crash in what city 7 Was the constitutionality of the New York unemployment insurance law upheld or denied 3 What two nations signed a pact to unite in combatting com munism 9 Who is Getulio Vargas 10 What brought Dr Franz Sarga prominence in the news ANSWERS ON PAGE 2 Forest Fires Burn on Western Coast PORTLAND Ore fires burned in western Oregon and southwestern Washington Sat urday while the eastern parts of the states had freezing tempera tures The dense western forest areas have been turned into perfect firewood by an unseasonable dry spell and state forester John W Ferguson said the fire menace was the greatest in the history of the Umber country Lindbergh Hops for London From Chester SOTS ROBBERS TOOK JEWELRY Gypsy Rose Lee Does Most Expensive Strip Act of Her Career NEW YORK Rose Lee the disrober who went from Minskys burlesque to mink and The in one season performed the most ex pensive strip act of her dazzling career worth So she says a gun poking into her back in the deserted lobby of the apartment house where she lives just off Park avenue on the east side the crinkly haired brunet stripped off her jewelry in record time as one of the six bandits said Too bad Gyps We wouldnt do this but were broke Youd better let us have it Rings Slide Off Hands trembling so nervous rings that had resisted soap and water removal treatment slid off easily Gypsy told police she gave up One gold pin valued at S500 not insured A 69 carat star sapphire ring insured for A bow shaped diamond bracelet insured for 1 15 carat bracelet diamonds and sapphires insiiredfor A marquise diamond ring with blue and white stones insured for Loses Bill A SI bill taken from her mink muff Gypsys first coherent thought was that the six have known her might havedated back to the days when she was the strip tease queen of Minskys Bur lesque for they addressed her fa miliarly calling her She did not recognize them though she said She was robbed once before in her premink days in 1929 but the loss was tops for her then a couple of hundred CHESTER Charles A fogbound since arriving here from Dublin Tuesday hopped off for London Saturday The weather was still misty Arrested for Robbery DAVENPORT Ash craft 26 arrested in connection with a robbery of the Pine Bockf tavern where he was em ployed was held here on bond V Iowa 4H Judging Team Takes Event CHICAGO coun ty Iowa 4H club livestock judging the team judg ingchampionship a preliminary event to the International Live stock show which opened here Saturday ThfeIowa team was composedfeof Winton Wflson 17 Newton Earl Stipp 19 Kellogg W Newton Michigan wasVsecond and North Dakotauthird TeaJinsirom 21 states were TRUCKSDRIVER NOT TO BLAME CORONER HOLDS Darrell Chapmans Death One of 13 Reported in State Darrell Chapman 13 was in stantly killed when his sled went under the rear wheels of a semi trailer truck driven by LinusNei bauer Emmetsburg about oclock Friday evening The acci dent occurred about 60 feet east of Federal avenue on Fifteenth street northeast The wheels went over the body on the left sidefrom the hips to the shoulders and head crushing the boy instantly The driver of the truck stated he did not know that anyone had been struck when officers found him at the Jacob E Decker Sons packing plant later Street Was Clear The street was clear in front of the driver when he turned toe front of the truck a Dodge semi trailer loaded with hogs on to Fifteenth street he told police He said he saw boys on both sides of the street with sleds but that no one was in the street when he drove on to it Coroner J E McDonald said there would be no inquest and that he termed the death acciden tal He said the driver of the truck was in no way responsible but maintained the accident could not be termed Children on tricycles bicycles skates and skpoters are talcing their chance with motor ists when they go into the street that chance is said Dr McDonald Sliding With Sliding with the boy at the ti me of the accident were Ed Jackson 13y waoresidesatrl3S2 Pennsyl vania avenue northeast Charles Neiderman 11 who resides at 15 Seventeenth street northeast Vir gil Baker 13 who resides at 164Q Delaware avenue northeast The boys did not see the accident but believed Darrell may have slid out to the truck with the intent of catching on to it I When they saw that Darrell had I been run over and that the driver of the truck failed to stop they followed him to the packing plant where they helped officers identi fy stated it was the first accident he had had and was not aware of it until officers had told him what had happened The accident occurred at the close of a day of excessive sliding j in the streets of the city according to officers More than 100 children had been ordered from the streets during the day and a number of sleds had been confiscated and were being held at the police sta tion Barricades Placed Barricades had also been placed on the regular coasting streets as in former years according to Chief of Police Harold Wolfe These streets are First to Second street on Elm drive Hampshire avenue from Third to Fourth streets northeast Fourth street northwest from Jeferson to Madi son avenues Adams avenue from Seventh to Eighth streets south west and Thirteenth street north east from the M and St L tracks to Elm drive The barricades are on these streets from 3 oclock un til 9 oclock each afternoon and evening and throughout the day on Sundays and holidays Unless we have the coopera tion of the parents we cannot keep the children out of the streets said Chief Wolfe In many instances when we have ordered children from the streets the parents have worked against Services Monday Darrell Roy Chapman was the son ofMr and Mrs George H Chapman 108 Sixteenth street northwest He was born April 13 1923 at BBitt Ther family moved to Mason Cityeight Surviving the boy are his parents and two brothers 10 and Robert whose second birthday is Saturday and Ardith 7 He is the grand parents Mrs W A Sill man Britt He wasin his seventh grade at Monroe school Funeral services be held at the home at oclock Monday morning with the Wigflahl in charge also be held at the First at Britt at 2 oclock Moniiay afternoon Burial will be at Britt DCS Molnes ManKilled A fatal mishap at Des Moines Saturday noon brought tqrl3 number of deaths inIbwii ncci past 24hours ClayjnanijedVwas kill ed here was struck by truckdrivenby Dwight Hess
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